Colville High SchoolCrimson Hawks
Principal: Kevin Knight
Grade Levels: 9-12
To leave information for the high school attendance office you may call:
CHS Library Links
CHICAGO STYLE Format helps:
Owl Purdue English Helps (Chicago)
Washington History Washington State history document for reference.
Welcome to the Counseling Page
A school counselor is a person who is a specially trained professional working with and helping students understand their unique concerns, problems, feelings, or surroundings. A counselor’s main goal is to help students better understand themselves so they can make better decisions about life. Our Counseling/Guidance Office will also assist with: college, career or military planning; standardized testing required for college admission; scholarship information; transcripts; and a variety of other career and academic suppport services. The Counseling Office has a direct line at (509) 685-2805.
Our Counseling Office Staff consists of:
Robin Grefsrud – Counselor
Corey Cleveland – Counselor
Sandy Smith – Secretary/Registrar
Annual Parent Notifications
School Supply List
Computer Acceptable Use Policy
The Colville School District uses Google Apps for Education, which requires access to computers and the Internet. All students are required to have a signed Acceptable Use Policy on file before being able to use district computers. Policy permission forms will be sent home with students at the beginning of each school year and require both student and guardian signatures. All students require these forms be signed and turned in each year.
154 Hwy 20 E.
Colville, WA 99114
M-F: 7:30am – 4pm
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COLVILLE HIGH SCHOOL MISSION
The Mission of Colville High School is to promote academic excellence in a safe and caring learning environment by providing all students an education that empowers them to reach their goals beyond high school.
Colville High School is a great place for students to learn and to grow. The courses at CHS are designed to challenge every student to improve their skills, explore their talents, and become productive members of our community, country, and world.